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... to Milan. Our train to Cinque Terre (the "Five Lands") left from the Central train station in Milan, easily the most beautiful station so far - and also the busiest. It took about three hours on the train, and it was a welcome sight when the train paralleled the Mediterranean coast. Monterosso, which is the largest and most northern of the "cinque," is still quite a small small town. The station was packed though, with ...
... the man trying to overtake us and our suitcases on the stairs up to the platform clearly is as he throws his bag down on the floor and curses at us in Italian. At least we assume he is cursing by the amount of furious gesticulation… Still, we sit down and wait for the next Monterosso bound train. Which doesn’t take long to arrive.
We’re looking forward to this short leg of the journey, assuming ...
... carriage with three people from Poland who turned out to be very friendly and so I took the opportunity to practice my Polish once more. Monterrosso, so beautiful and a pleasant change from the city after 4 weeks travelling! We are in a penthouse of a small hotel on top of a hill with our own huge terrace overlooking the sea! Just Magic! Dinner was in the village and soooo relaxing. This is a little taste of ...
Monterosso Al Mare had lots of hotels, restaurants and bars. I went to a few hotels that were full, but in the end found a cheap room right in the centre of the beach. Wifi, fridge and parking.
I checked in had a quick shower and went to the beach. I ordered some ravioli, a beer and a Campari. Lovely place, and while eating I opened some of the presents I had been given before I left Denmark.
After the meal I finished of with a sgroppino limoncello. ...
... by 11am. We stopped to refuel with popcorn and fill up on water but this was by far the smallest town. There was really nothing to do so we braced ourselves to continue the journey to the next town. Now the regular footpath was really closed at this point from a landslide so we had to take the actual hiker's trail. This was not for the faint of heart.
We started on trail 7a which was basically a huge uphill battle. We had climbed 3km straight up hill and this ...